ADA seeks additional time to implement the Real ID Act.

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FAIRBANKS, Alaska - The Alaska Department of Administration is seeking additional time to implement the REAL ID Act.
The state has already received an extended period of time, January 22, 20-17 after the legislature approved the Act earlier this year.
Now the department is looking to extend the grace period to October 20-20.
If that gets approved, Alaskans will have three years to get a REAL ID-compliant card for domestic air travel.
Alaska's Division of Motor Vehicles have yet to produce REAL ID-compliant driver's licenses.
They plan on starting in January 2019.